Excerpt: Moon Diver is built to devastate. The game begins in a flash, letting players choose between four different warriors with indistinguishable names and slightly different levels of mana, power, and health. You have the red guy, the blue woman, the green dude, and the yellow kid. It’s Ronin Warriors.
Excerpt: Developed by Sigma Team, Alien Shooter: Vengeance is a third-person shooter that drops you into an expansive sci-fi world of classic hack 'n slash gameplay. The story itself is pretty bare-bones. It's the postapocalyptic future and you're working as a mercenary for the MAGMA Energy Corporation.
Conclusion: Alien Shooter: Vengeance doesn’t do anything new, however for a budget title it still is a fun, intense, if not mindless, game to play. And honestly there is little to complain about. There is a certain satisfaction that comes with mowing down legions of snarling, bloodthirsty aliens.
Excerpt: With a name like Alien Shooter: Vengeance, you pretty much know what you are going to get. If you started playing and thought you were in for a puzzle game, well, then you might be a little bit off the mark.
Excerpt: As any PC gamer knows, there certainly isn’t a lack of shooter games. Among this crowded marketplace full of these types of games comes Alien Shooter: Vengeance. We’ll give you one guess what this game is about. (Hint: It’s about aliens and it’s about shooting.
Retro shooters don't get any bloodier or more intense than this.
19 March 2007
Summary: Painfully generic name notwithstanding, Alien Shooter: Vengeance is no Brand X game. That title is both blah and misleading, as this Sigma Team effort is actually a gung-ho retro take on the action-packed isometric shooter genre that had a brief moment in the sun about a decade ago, not the...
Pros: Great pace and intense action, Nicely revives a long-dead genre, Fantastic retro feel for nostalgia buffs
Cons: One-note shooter, Maybe a bit too self-consciously retro for some
Summary: In Alien Shooter 2, hack 'n slash gameplay gets dropped into a science fiction storyline packed with dozens of weapons and vicious alien life forms. Dark and deadly environments hide thousands of aliens ready to pounce on the player.
Excerpt: The air in California tastes like death. Blood’s coppery odor tickles your nostrils and taste buds, caresses your nasal passages. Your skin is clammy. Each breath is a ragged gasp, each blink a risk because for that millisecond your eyes are closed, you’re not alert.